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thefingerfuckingfemalefury:

cultureunseen:


Nichelle Nichols
 (2nd Salute)

Born December 28th, 1932 (81 years young)
Vocalist, Model, Actress, Writer, Producer, Activist, and NASA Recruiter.

http://www.uhura.com/
https://twitter.com/realnichelle
https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nichelle-Nichols-Communications-Page/151863034849179

Give her a cameo in the new Trek films damn it…

(via ebphoria)

tinyredbird:

"She was a cat woman before we ever cast her as Catwoman. She had a cat-like style. Her eyes were cat-like and her singing was like a meow." 

Producer Charles FitzSimons about executive producer Bill Dozier’s selection of Eartha Kitt as Catwoman (x)

Producer Charles FitzSimons about executive producer Bill Dozier’s best choice ever.

(Source: vintagegal, via george-spiggott)

Watching the documentary African Americans: many rivers to cross

Its six hours long but I finally sat down and started to watch it.
My whole outlook on our history has changed.

I believe everyone should watch this, more so people of color.

I know that my ancestors never gave up and never made excuses.

In 2014 all I hear are excuses and “I can’t.”

We don’t have privilege but that never stopped us before.

I’m proud and feel very empowered by this documentary.

I have realized that giving up and self pity are not in my blood  and will not be in my future.

End of review.

liveinmylap:

The real Sandra Laing, her mother, and younger brother Simon.

liveinmylap:

The real Sandra Laing, her mother, and younger brother Simon.

postwhitesociety:

virgosb:

This.

Wow…..wow

postwhitesociety:

virgosb:

This.

Wow…..wow

(Source: carpediemtomorrow, via talk-that-shit)

“I did a documentary called Damn Wonderful, about gay suicide, and you make a statement, a big statement, when you go, "I don’t want to play this part because it’s gay." If you have a child, if you have a son, and he comes out as gay, what are you going to do? If you have a daughter who comes out gay …? You just made a statement, and it has ripple effects”

—   Nelsan Ellis [x] (via carlitosolano)

strangeremains:

Body of a Courtesan in Nine Stages: A 19th century study of decomposition

“Body of a Courtesan in Nine Stages” was painted on handscroll by Japanese artist Kobayashi Eitaku in the 1870’s.  The scroll shows the stages of decomposition of the body of a woman, including the fresh stage, bloat, decay, and skeletonization.  This painting has scientific, religious, and erotic themes.

It’s not unusual for artists to use dead bodies and body parts for their subject matter because of their need to study the human form, and because of the historical connection between the science of anatomy and artistic illustrations.  However, “Body of a Courtesan in Nine Stages” is the earliest example I’ve seen that illustrates the stages the decomposition.

This taphonomic painting also has Buddhist themes because it depicts the impermanence of the physical body.  The temporary nature of life and the physical existence is stressed during Buddhist rituals.

Because the subject matter is a courtesan, the curator notes for this piece at the British Museum say that this handscroll also falls into the genre of erotic art, or shunga.  The wordshunga means picture of spring in Japanese.  The word “spring” is a common synonym for sex.

All images come from The British Museum.

hakmeetstak:

*Kanye West loves…*

hakmeetstak:

*Kanye West loves…*